In the Srinagar city and also in the peripheries of the district, the government has been very active to slap fines on the covid guideline violators.
Recently District Administration Srinagar/District Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) held a sensitization workshop session at Banquet Hall, here with the Heads of various Educational Institutions (Schools/colleges) to discuss Modus operandi for reopening of schools in Srinagar district.
GMC Srinagar threw light on the Covid related SOPs and Protocols to be adopted after opening of schools. It was told that Consent shall be obtained from the parents of all students who are willing to attend school.
The school premises, Transport vehicles, toilets and class rooms should be thoroughly cleaned and sanitized. The thrust was also laid on ensuring social distancing/physical distancing in the schools particularly at entry and exit points.
it was informed that display Signages and necessary Markings for enforcing Social Distancing and Safety protocols be ensured besides, outdoor spaces be also used as much as possible to prevent spread of infection, while facility for proper screening/testing regarding Covid-19 must be made available at the entry of all the schools.
Jammu and Kashmir administration allowed re-opening of Higher Educational Institutions and schools for students of classes 10 and 12 with certain conditions.